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the president. connell: california's governor changing seasons, bringing in the winter blend to help bring down skyrocketing gas prices. dagen: why some lawmakers are calling this chinese technology giant a threat to national security. connell: we will have all those stories but let's check on stocks now, as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides. nicole: i'm taking a look at the major averages, the dow nasdaq and s&p all pulling back a little bit. the dow jones industrial average down about 1/4 of 1%. we're also seeing the nasdaq and the s&p down even more than that. the tech heavy nasdaq down more than a half of 1%. on a day where the vix, the fear index is one of the few up arrows on the big board. i'm seeing retailers, drugs, bank stocks, all of those indexes do have down arrows today as we kick it off. don't forget last week was a winning week on wall street. talking about looking at a health records company. they want to be out there on the market. so they are using citigroup to run their sale, and what they are looking for is second round offers. they already have offers to be taken p
. lori: i am lori rothman. prices of gasoline in california are soaring. hitting $4.66 a gallon. many stations going over five dollars for regular. it is costing drivers so much. cheryl: fracking and wyoming. could travel spell trouble for the entire industry? lori: customers could finally be getting back some of the millions that went missing. the company imploded after a massive fraud. those peregrine accounts and ceo will join us. melissa: let's head to the new york stock exchange. our very own local nicole petallides is standing by. nicole: it is a holiday. the dow is down 22 points. the s&p and nasdaq are both down. tech is heavily weighted to the downside. we are also taking a look at walmart. it hit an all-time high today. this on their agreement with american express to offer customers an alternative to their own charge cards and debit cards. they have come up with their own plan called the bluebird. another alternative for walmart customers. the big picture is last week we gained after two weeks of selling. we are just giving a little bit back now. back to you. lori: we canno
. >>> and california drivers forced to shell out $5 a gallon and sometimes even more. >> gas prices are up from coast-to-coast but they have hit an all-time high in california. the governor there is scrambling to increase supply but prices are expected to go up more before they finally come down. abc's brandy has the story. >> reporter: california drivers are beyond frustrated. >> i did not get 10 gallons and it's $42. >> as they face a record-breaking gas prices. perhaps prompting thieves who electronically disabled a meter in roseville california and stole nearly 1,000 gallons. >> i don't know. at least those people should go to jail. >> reporter: the spike is thanks to the perfect storm of problems while one plant in richmond was shut down because of a fire, and another plant last week because of problems, and a pipeline also became contaminated and it happened as california prepares to switch from scarce summer grade to winter grade fuel. older refineries are shutting down. >> it's here in california and up in the new england states where there are atphaupl hraez going on and that's why prices ar
credit card and pin numbers at 63 stores across the nation. 20 stores in california were affected by the crime. six are here in the bay area. frequent customers sar have hasn't seen suspicious activity on her card. -- natalie says her personal information has been stolen in the past. while this is concerting she says it is a common problem. >> i am surprised. when i think about the credit card fraud and how we can always get it returned back i'm not too concerned. >> reporter: only one pin pad was hacked at each location affecting less than 1% of the devices. all the machines were disconnected september 14th, after the company learned about the hack no word on how long the bugs were in use in the machines or why it took the company more than one month to disclose the data breach. >> i would have a problem with it if the credit card companies were not proactive in reversing the fees and problem then that would bother me >> there are so many other ways that credit cards get stolen is -- may as well do cash. >> reporter: barnes & noble is urging customers to change the pins on their
family could soon be out of prison. a california parole board has approved a request from bruce davis. he's serving a life sentence for the 1969 murders of music teacher gary hindman and stuntman shorty shay. >> the parole board says it has 120 days to review this recommendation and then it's up to the california governor, jerry brown, to decide if it stands. davis was granted parole in 2010 but that decision was overturned by then governor arnold schwarzenegger. if he goes free, davis would be the second convicted manson family killer to be freed on parole. steve grogan who was also convicted in the murder of the stuntman shorty shay, was released on parole in the mid-1980s. the prosecutor who sent the manson family to prison says davis should stay behind bars. manson himself was denied parole for the 12th time. he will not be eligible for parole for 15 years. by then, he will be 92 years old. arnold schwarzenegger said it was because of the heinous crimes. this was something that gripped the country and still is a part of kind of our psyche today. the parole board, though, saying he has
filed the weekly report and when the quarterly report comes in in many states, including california people had to reapply for benefits. that didn't happen. that report didn't come in, it was artificially depressed by about 30,000 claimants and most expect it had to be around 369,000 claims. what happened last week was not an accurate picture. the problem for the department was this, they did not explain that thoroughly in their press release. stuart: right. >> and that's what kicks up a lot of distrust. stuart: so, this week's number shall the one that came out today. 388,000, that seems to me like a very high number. i've characterized this as painting a miserable picture of the employment situation. how about you? >> well, here is the thing, if you're at a range around 330,000 numbers it means that you have pretty good economy going on, some growth ogg on and that type of thing. the closer to 400,000 is recession territory, so with 388,000, part of this problem with this number you set it in motion last week. for confidence in the markets, what's important here is leadership. and
and november 6th. earlier this month several candidates faced off in a debate for california's 26th district seat left open by the retirement of republican rules committee chair david dreier. this hour and a half long debate between julia brownley and republican tony strickland took place at california lutheran university in thousand oaks. [applause] >> moderator: okay, here we go. um, we have as dr. kimble had mentioned, we have c-span, we also have kdtv, kclu and ventura county star all live streaming, so the debate starts at 7:15. so let me quickly go through the ground rules. we flipped a coin to determine the order in which there would be opening and closing remarks and who would start and who would finish. in the opening two minutes from each candidate, it would open with assemblywoman brownley, and then that would close with senator strickland, and can that same -- and that same, then it would be reversed in the closing. it would be senator strickland and then assemblywoman brownley. once we go through the two-minute opening, then a panel, tim hearth and henry durbroff and i will pres
could be seen for miles no one hurt, no word on cause. >>> supporters of california's ban on same-sex marriage will have to wait long ter to find out what the supreme court is going to do. the court released a list of cases it will not consider between now and june. prop 8 was not on that list that. means support still has until november 19th, to decide whether it will take the case. -- january 1st, california becomes the first state to ban controversial form of psychotherapy aimed at turning gay teenagers straight. governor brown signed that bill into law last night. the senator who wrote it says it stops children from being psychologically abuse. conservative religious groups and some republicans argue that law hinders parental rights. >>> new era for grocery shoppers in san francisco you have to bring your own shopping bags or pay. part of the crackdown on plastic bags you don't bring your own bags, you are going to be charged 10 cents for a bag. next year restaurants will be that ban designed to help san francisco reach zero waste goal. >> just carry -- [ unintelligible ] the
if a couple suspected of murder in hercules will be extradited to california. darnell antonia washington were arrested near seattle. they are wanted in southern california on charges that include a prison escape and shooting at a deputy when arrested the kim was driving the stolen car owned by susie ko the retired teacher from hercules found murdered in her home october 5th. >>> right now a judge is holding a closed hearing to determine if a teen charged with attempted murder and stealing a lamb gain any will stand trial. max wade is charged with several felony counts. he stole the lamborghini to impress a girl then shot at her and boyfriend after she rejected him. >>> port of oakland commissioner are meeting tonight to consider legal action against one of their own officials accused of spending thousands of public money at a strip club. the board says an audit shows a port official spent $4500 at a houston strip club in 2008. the board didn't discover where the money was spent until earlier this year. the commissioners met friday and will resume this evening. >>> stanford university is baski
with other state mental health workers throughout california are observing this two year anniversary of the murder of a psychiatric tech donna gross was killed on-the-job by a patient in 2010. hospital union workers will be joined by state assembly workers tonight at napa state hospital. hospitals statewide have made changes as a result of the tragedy. >>> san bruno city council will vote on a measure tonight that calls for forcing out the head of the public utilities commission eight people died september 2010, their families accuse the puc chairman of making backroom deals with pg&e and not working to protect the public. >>> police plan to release more details on the case of missing teenaged girl from petaluma found safe in the central valley. 15-year-old ruby mendoza, was last seen getting in a car with her godfather a 29-year-old and another man last wednesday yesterday afternoon police in fresno received a tip she was in a home south of fresno. police went to the house identified ruby and arrested the man. >>> giants fever is gripping the bay coming off of last night's epic seri
on the story out in california where we have this fuel shortage and prices have popped up above five dollars did some reports you can find six dollars out there in california. does the futures market care about that at all? >> well, it is kind of rearview mirror. it is on its own coast to it does not affect the rest of the country. the problems in california, of course, really have to do not only with the refinery problems, but the switchover from the summertime. those refineries go out a little bit further. the shortage really is of the summertime finds for not build up because of the refinery problems. melissa: phil flynn, always fantastic. thank you. lori: he does a great job. melissa: you cannot stop him. i have tried. lori: american airlines flight continued to be canceled. you have heard the story. more on that after the break. melissa: take a look as we head out to break here. here are metals. gold down about three quarters of a percent. silver moving more than a full percentage point. we will be right back. ♪ hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stag
. martha: former california governor schwarz * spilling details about his marriage with maria shriver. he recounted in painful detail how he broke the news to his children that he fathered a child out of wedlock with the family housekeeper. >> i think it's the stupidest thing i have done in the whole relationship it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain and maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. i had to tell them that each about what has happened and how i have screwed up. >> how did that go? >> they cried. it takes you -- it tears your heart out when you have to tell them that. martha: that was something. the whole thing. quite interesting. the interview. it's timed to coincide with his new book. "total recall." my unbelievably true life story. it comes out today. bill: that was a remarkable interview. how he recalled and looked back on that time. martha: interesting to say the least. bill: he's on "fox and friends" tomorrow morning. we we'll talk to the governor then. we are two days away from debate number one. a brand-new rasmussen poll shows many of you can still be persuaded
come in the meantime is in california on a campaign tour. the last 72 hours come we have seen a growing tide of political ads and remarks from campaign officials and surrogates with one central theme. mitt romney is a liar. here is a sample. >> are you saying that governor romney lied or was dishonest? >> yes, i think he was dishonest am absolutely. >> many people are pointing out what a liar mitt romney is. if he was talking are speaking last night, he was lying. >> you know, i think that we expected an aggressive debater to show up last night. we did not expect an aggressively dishonest debater to show it. and that is what we got with mitt romney. >> many people are saying that what they saw was that governor romney that they have known all along and has been the problem in the past and they haven't seen that person. that he finally emerged during the debate. >> so you think that he lied through his teeth when he said he was going to cut taxes for wealthy people? >> he is the etch-a-sketch guy who has transformed himself and quite frankly, we always have to wonder which mitt romney is
grander scale and with the california listyle in mind. stuccoed walls and prominent balconies are just a few of the signature features. >> the style of architecture mediterranean, but it has a very contemporary feel to it. you have everything of the 21st century for the home, but you have the mediterranean look. >> as you're driving through the double gate, this long driveway is gonna take you up, and you're gonna see this huge, palatial-like structure with the long stairs all covered with limestone. >> while the home's outer structure is undeniably impressive, it also keeps one at a distance. conversely, the granformal entry sets the tone for its well-appointed interior living spaces. >> as you walk into dawnridge estates d you open up the 12-foot glass-iron double doors, you arrive in a grand foyer, which is breathtaking. it's very elegant, very comfortable and welcoming to everyone. when you enter into the foyer, to the left, you have the formal living room, and then to the right of it you have the libra. >> the library projects an atmosphere that is both sophisticated and stylish.
to the suburban streets of los angeles. the shuttle left lax at 2:00 this morning making its way to the california science center. the shuttle will not arrive at the museum until tomorrow night. it is traveling 2 miles an hour. trees and traffic lights had to be removed throughout the city. streets had to be reinforced to accommodate the heavy weight of endeavour. at some point along its path it will come within inches of buildings. they opted not to put it on wide california freeways because the shuttle couldn't fit under the bridges. . >> everyone watching, so cool. so much for the jpmorgan earnings party. bank quarterly results lowering estimates. flyer investors impressed? >> compared to trading partners, not by much. there you go. back with more after this. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ ...reach one customer at a time? whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. enough already. c'mon guys. next question. hello! what's your favorite color? what's my favorite color? yes. purple. what's your favorite animal? sea
as governor of california. what's his debate advice for president obama and mitt romney? >> you've got to be able to look right into the screen and to communicate with the people. >> what does arnold schwarzenegger want to hear from the candidates? >> how are they going to bring both of the parties together and compromise rather than getting stuck in the idealogical corners. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. our big story tonight, d-day. debate day is just 24 hours away. president obama and mitt romney are deep into their final debate preparation as the clock ticks down for the big event in denver. meanwhile, their top surrogates are out on the campaign trail. paul ryan speaking out for romney in iowa. >> a handful of states will determine this outcome. a handful of states will determine which way our country goes. so you not only have a huge responsibility, you have a tremendous opportunity. >> meanwhile, michelle obama has been stumping for her husband, the president, in ohio. >> this election will be even closer than the last one. that is the only guarantee. under
the gas price arena. california, due to refinery problems there are gas price spikes in some individual cities and i say, i mean spikes. look at this, up 10 cents overnight. 4.40. regular is the average there. and san jose up 9 cents at 4.37. san francisco, 9 cents. 4.43. los angeles up 8 cents, this is overnight, by the way, 4.34. and believe it or not, those prices are forecast to go as high as 4.80 by this weekend. refinery problems, up goes the price of gas in california. however, president obama will still win california by at least 10 points, hmm. what we saw in the debate last night was a stronger, more forceful mitt romney. and not just with president obama. he took control of the moderator, jim lehrer, look at this. >> jim, the president began this segment so i think i get the last word so i'm going to take it. >> you're going to get the first word in the next segment. but he gets the first word of that segment and i get-- let me just make that comment. and let me repeat what i said, i'm not in favor of a 5 trillion dollar tax cut. stuart: where was that mitt romney the entire
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southern california. right now you are looking at a live picture near bakersfield where the president will be speaking shortly this is ken salazar speaking now announcing a new national monument honoring the late farm leader cesar chavez. >>> he boarded air force one this morning after celebrity fundraisers. for the first time he needled himself over the poor debate perfornce last week. 4:00 this afternoon he will be at the international continental hotel. protesters are planning a march and rally to demand end to united states military action. traffic restrictions are in place near the hotel and at the civic auditorium. complete live team coverage of the president's visit starting at 4:00. >>> meantime, the president's republican challenger mitt romney is focusing on foreign policy. today he said mr. obama's failure to protect american embassy workers in libya led to the death of ambassador chris stevens last month. >> reporter: mitt romney shifted his focus today to foreign policy. >> the tax on our consulate on september 11th, 2012 was likely the work of force as fill ed with those
stabbed to death had her home. washingtons wanted in a southern california jail-break and nonfatal shooting of an l.a. county sherry's deputy. >>> the two vice presidential candidates in kentucky making final preparations for a showdown that is more important after last week's presidential debate. katie marzullo with a new poll. >> reporter: according to rasmussen polling voters are attaching less importance to tonight's debate compared to the one four years ago but they think ryan will do more to help his running mate than joe biden. vice president biden touched down in kentucky this morning. he's been going about business as usual and playing his cards close to his vest. >> what eye been doing mostly is -- what i've been doing mostly, is studying up on congressman ryan's position on the issues. >> reporter: congressman ryan arrived last night. >> i know how he will come and attack us. the problem he has is he has barack obama's record he has to run on many >> reporter: democrats the morning building up biden. >> he is who he is. i'm hoping that comes on tonight i think the person
to carry me the rest of the show. >>> in southern california, l.a., could push 100 degrees. warmer than usual in phoenix, at 102. 60s, 70s in the nation's midsection. miami where it should be, 89 degrees. >>> all right, well the navy in thailand, latest group to go gangnam style. a few dozen soldiers do their thing there. >> it took three days for the navy to film and ed it this masterpie masterpiece. the sailors wanted to change their usually serious image to something more fun and why not. since everybody is going gangnam style. 330 million times that tune has been watched. >> amazing. >> number one in australia. and the uk. >> it is catchy. >> it is catchy. no doubt about it. >> come on. >> what is it like this? >> like a horsey. >> i'm not doing it. >> you made me do it. instigator over here. coming up the nation and neighbors joining together to give a little boy with cancer a christmas to remember. a story you will remember as well. >>> first, the new national punchline. replacement refs, got a pretty bad rap, we sit down with one who was on the field during the fail mary. you are
average price in california dropped by the biggest amount for one week. gallon of regular in san francisco will cost $4.29 down from $4.51 a week. oakland $4.15. san jose $4.12, 28 cent drop if a week ago. >> still expensive. >> yeah. -- >> mike has been checking the latest on that hurricane sandy. >> amazing what is happening trying to push that water into that small area delaware bay, hudson bay that's why you can see everything is rising and flooding that's why this is the real deal compared to some of the others that haven't panned out before. back home, good morning, still have issues here as we come up on 11:20 from mount tamalpais, a lot of cloud cover around case the next couple of hours or so as that starts to fade off. east bay hills, east bay valleys fog was never an issue from vollmer peak in the east bay hills towards diablo. here at home, just picking up cloud cover, a little mist in morning which is what you get with fog, no drizzle and no rain, not expecting any until we get to wednesday, unfortunately the timing is going to be bad for some of us if you are traveling 37 fro
," neal karlinsky, abc news, san jose, california. >>> a check of weather from sam. >> we're going to begin with unusual pictures out of northern california. let's go to it. it was a tornado. there were five reported in northern california. this was in yuba county. and in some parts of california, there's never been a tornado this time of year before. that's how powerful this storm system has been moving through the aerea. this is the time for the big storms to move in. but that's an unusual statistic for northern california. to the warmer temperatures across the nation. d.c. 78 today. raleigh, at 81. memphis, about 82 degrees. nice, warm, dry. doesn't feel like october. but it will. we'll show you cooler air. good morning, washington. we have a beautiful star on this tuesday morning. look at that the sun rise along midlevel clout in this that picture. a pretty mild withatures are 52 degrees at reagan national. fortoday, we're looking partly sunny skies and temperatures will be 10-15 degrees above average. b will >> by the way, that tuesday trivia was brought to you by walmart. amy
for failing to report its numbers. they say it has to be california. a spokesperson will not confirm or deny that. they will only say that the large state left out a pile of unprocessed claims related to seasonal factors. the spokesperson says that this large state has a history of reporting volatile numbers at the beginning of quarters. the department has complained to the state trying to work with it. they do say that the unprocessed claims in question will show up in the numbers in the next week or two. "we should see some sort of catch up." look at these numbers to go back up in the revisions or the weekly reports. dagen: peter, thank you for that. peter barnes in washington. connell: peter here with us now. all these jobs numbers come in the middle of political seasons. >> i do not think i make too much of these numbers. the "wall street journal" did publish some of the states. it is kind of a strange performance. jobless claims down, that is good. go mississippi. on the other hand, in terms of large state, new york's jobless claims were up and, in fact, california is on the list, they
: initial jobless claims and another drop in that statistic. music to the market's years but california singing a different tune. melissa: the perfect storm, the east is hunkering down for what could be a very serious storm. we will bring you the latest. we will also show you medals as we head to break. we at talking about oil and energy. we will see what metals are doing. gold and silver higher but copper trading down by 1/2%. we will be right back. lori: as we do every 15 minutes let's check the markets. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. you have your eye on big movers. nicole: look at someestocks that are on the move. let's start out with zynga. a big winner and big loser. zynga is up 14%. people didn't anticipate too much from zynga. everybody knows the popular game farmville but they saw surging results and announced a share buyback program. good day for zynga panelists think they have and challenging environment. their output is disappointing, coming and with quarterly numbers. stock is down 20%, a new 52 week low and this is a stock that is soaring in 2007 but
? >> that's always the excuse. we've seen cycles like this before. the electric car mandate in california, the exact same promises from california politicians th they were going to buildhe next generation ttery technology plants in california, the next great california renaissance in the 1990s, billing batteries forhe electric ca politicians mandated on the road. years later, all in ruins, gm destroyed all electric cars, and ten years pass, and we forgot the whole things. gerri: talking electric cars since the 20s. will it take off? >> doesn't look like it. robert bryce says electric cars are et great thing and always will be. they chased it since the early 1900s. batteries are not dense enough in how much energy they store to compete with an engine powered by gasoline. that's amazingly high in energy content not matched with batteries, and consumers want a range in performance. gerri: not all energy sources created equal. some better than others, hers a lot better than others. ken, thank you, appreciate your time. >> my pleasure, thanks. gerri: still to come, two cents more on a plan to
too much time fund raising and senator dorgan, the president in california today, yesterday. five fund-raisers for $10 million but this close to an election, would that time do you think be better spent on the campaign trail in a battle ground state? >> i think all candidates sooner be on the trail an the fund raising trail. >> it's a choice they can make. >> i understand that but you need the money. you need the money to put the ads on television. let's make a final point here. i think the american people sensing things are better in this country. that's good news. i was here in the senate when president obama took over. we were in an unbelievable deep hole and i think things are beginning to improve. we have put some millions of new jobs out there in the last couple of years, three years so, you know, i think that's what's dispositive when people go to the election -- when they go to the polling booth i think they ask the question, are things better? yes, they are. slowly but surely. >> terrific conversation, gentlemen. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thanks. >>> also news this m
. >>> the fbi is investigating a shooting death of a california mother by a border patrol agent. candles and flowers honor the dead woman, valeria alvarado, who leaves behind her husband as well as her five children. the border patrol claims that alvarado drove into a plainclothes agent serving an arrest warrant in the neighborhood. witnesses say she was gunned down for no reason. >>> the supreme court begins its new term, poised to rule on affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage. ahead of the session, six of nine justices attended the red mass at saint matthew's cathedral. the archbishop asked the judges to consider what's best for society rather than what is popular for handing down decisions. >>> new drama unfolding for lindsay lohan this morning. what started as a night of partying in a new york hotel room, well it ended with a scuffle with a former congressional aide, and now police are trying to sort out accusations from both sides. we have the latest now from lucy yang of wabc in new york. >> reporter: so what happened at the w hotel in union square? troubled actre
, katy perry. fav rift california girls. in the costume with her wig. skylanders from the popular video game. spiro, happy trigger and our angry birds. >> right. look right there. >> good job, angry birds and everybody. >> look at this, fairy tales. and just some favorites. hello kitty. yes we have little red riding hood. skipping over to grandma's house. our killer bee. and then, of course, dorothy. look even the red slippers. >> red slippers. >> little red riding hood, make sure you look out for the wolf. okay. fantastic. >> thank you, girls. >> beautiful. >> aren't they. >> beautiful. >> turtles are back. >> i didn't know they were back. >> turtles. >> they are. >> rafael. of course it wouldn't be complete with president obama and governor romney. they're here to join us too. >> they're getting along really well. >> tell you what happened on the third debate, right? >> yes, yes. not sure about that. love it. good job. >> yeah. >> i think everyone is going to come back out and join us. i think everyone is coming. >> is everyone coming? >> yea! [ applause ] >> beautiful. ♪ ♪ the mo
. it should. 160,000 jobs in ohio are no more important than 160,000 jobs in alabama or california. they are more important under our current political system. in fact, i like to imagine what politics would look like if there was no electoral college and the votes in my people of the bronx. the bronx is 1.4 million residents, more than 11 entire states. no presidential candidate there cares about what people think. it's safely blue. if they did, they might do campaign event there is and set up field offices and find a landscape different than the one we have talked about nationally. more than 30% of the burrows live in poverty. a 2011 poll from the new york daily news found one-half of the burrows residents were worried about winding up on the street. can you imagine a national political campaign that talked about homelessness? the home ownership rate in the bronx was just under 20%, which means the vast majority of residents live in rental housing and concerned with safe affordable housing and ignored in the national political conversation. think about what a radical sight it woul
of growth, where you have arizona, california, parts of new mexico, nevada that are getting hit fairly hard right now. >> again, localized places even in those states, there are markets in california that are absolutely booming right now. cheryl: i do this every month to you, and i will still do it to you, these home building companies, these stocks have been on a tear. you have back office conversations with these guys. what do they tell you about the company's overall performance, how wall street is kind of pnterpreting how they are doing? they are kind of mixed today. >> i don't think it's wall street that's interpreting. i think that the fact is that the american people are coming back into the housing markets, and it doesn't take, you know, a rocket scientist to recognize that and realize that housing is a good investment. cheryl: we hope so. it was anyway five years ago until the crash of the market. jerry howard, thank you very much. always good to have you on the day of this report. >> thank you. cheryl: dennis over to you. dennis: 15 past the hour, stocks now every 15 minutes. nico
of that assault. we'll tell you what that is about. martha: in california dreaming of lower gas prices. instead pump prices are more like a nightmare right now and there are concerns it could get much worse. bill: republicans are energized by governor mitt romney's performance this week. democrats meanwhile looking to refocus after even they panned the showing by the president. have you heard? >> i don't think the president took him very seriously and he should have and for a large part the president just looked bored and wanted to get this darn thing over with. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios bill: as you can imagine there is still so much fallout from this debate the other night. charles krauthamer, syndicated columnist. saying governor romney's performance was so strong that he canceled out the ef
're keeping an eye on. a california parole board panel recommending parole for a charles manson follower. 70-year-old bruce davis there on the left of your screen has been behind bars for 40 years. convicted for his role in two murders with the guy on the right, charles manson, in 1969. >>> actress daryl hannah facing criminal trespass charges. her manager says she and another woman were arrested in texas while protesting construction of the keystone oil pipeline. >>> parents of tyler clemente say they will not sue anyone involved in the landmark cyberbullying case. the rutgers student killed himself in 2010 after his roommate used a camera to spy on his sexual encounter with another man. jenna: major turbulence at the third's biggest airline. american airlines canceling dozens of flights because of concerns that seats may suddenly just pop loose. thousands of passengers may be impacted. this all comes with the company embroiled in a major labor dispute. anna kooiman live in the newsroom with details. >> reporter: the loose seat issue is adding to travel stress for thousands of passengers. a
>>> the family of a california woman is hoping for answers after she was killed in a hail of bullets fired by a border patrol agent. candles and flowers honor the dead woman valeria alverto, leaves behind five children. alverto tried to run down the agent. something her husband just cannot believe. >> i want justice, yes. who ever shot my wife, who ever the guy he is, he needs to get shot. he needs to get justice served. he don't shoot a person. >> heartbroken family members, held a car wash, trying to raise enough to give her a proper burial. >>> what started as an argument outside a veterans of foreign wars post ended with two people dead and another critically injured in winter springs, florida. a charity motorcycle ride about to get under way when gunmen stormed the preride breakfast and opened fire. police detained several people and confiscated their weapons. >>> set of keys that could have potentially devastating impact across new york city if they fell into the wrong hands or hand of terrorists turned up on ebay. "new york post" reporting, a retired new jersey locksmith is selling
year plan and hopefully there bankruptcy exit plan will be in that. dennis: recovery for california at's economy not looking too bowlen. tracy: talk about big brother. id chips in school uniforms to track your children. we will tell you why one school district thinks it is a good idea. dennis: we will get today's winners on the nasdaq. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. monarch of marketing analysis. with the ability to improve roi through seo all by cob. andou...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. i'm going b-i-g. [ male announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. go national. go like a pro. dennis: the initial jobless claims report, for first-time benefits and peter barnes standing by washington. peter: that was expected for this week. and kicked up a lot of deaths here, but claims were down sharply, after some real roller-coaster up and downs in the month, with some unusual numbers out of california. any problems in processing claims, basical
on the record high gas prices out in california. they are mad. do we care? yes we do care. speaking of gasoline and oil, here's where oil is trading today, 90 bucks. >> announcer: meet jill. she thought she'd feel better after seeing her doctor. and she might have, if not for kari, the identity thief who stole jill's social security number to open credit cards, destroying jill's credit and her dream of retirement. now meet amanda. with a swipe of her debit card, she bought some gas... and an all-expense-paitrip to hawaii for ben. ben is the intity thief who used a device called a skimmer to steal her formation from her card to open a fraudulent account. every year millions of americans just like you learn that a little personal information in the wrong hands could wreak havoc on your fe. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. ordinary credit monitoring services tell you after your identity has been stolen; they may take 30 days to alert you! too late for amanda. with lifelock's 24/7 proac
that the california science center will do a great job, and to see it get here is even better. >> and don said, why don't we talk about it, why don't you just take the wings off this thing? not so easy. >> not so easy, it as a thermal protection component, it would be a big challenge to take those things off. could you do it? yes, not a smart thing to do. so that is why we had to develop the route and get through the city. >> and you know, don, stephanie waits, and every time she hears "tight corners," the problem is there were trees in some neighborhoods they didn't want to cut down, the controversy, they had to cut down about 400 trees, science center said they put back two for every one they cut down. but there were some older neighborhoods where they didn't want to cut them down. so it made the clearances literally just a couple of inches on either side. and that has slowed them down, but these people have been really great troopers, you know, out here for four or fiveours already, waiting on space shuttle "endeavour." so you know what a big event this is here in the los angeles area. don? >> a
in this deadly scene in southern california. a shooting spree and a fire. we'll plain when we check more headlines. the arteries of your dishwasher are constantly clogging up with grease and lime scale. use finish dishwasher cleaner every month to keep your machine in sparkling health. for shining results, finish dishwasher cleaner. president obamama: i'm barack obamthis message.ve... anncr:r: victims. dependent. that's what mitt romney called forty-seven percent... of americans. including people on medicare. but what about his plan for you? romney would replace guaranteed benefits with a voucher system. seniors could pay six thousand dollars more a year. a plan aarp says would undermine medicare. you're no victim...you earned your benefits. don't let mitt romney take them away. >>> jordannian police stopped a major terror attack and have arrested 11 slayed suspects. they are accused of plotting to kill american and european diplomats and planning attacks on shopping malls. >>> we are learning more about a deadly attack on a family in southern california. police suspect a man living in a
a bounce. the president was stumping for cash not votes. he continued his california fund-raising swing which is expected to bring in $10 million over two days. in between money events the president attended a dedication at caesar chavez national monument. >> our world is a better place because caesar chavez decided to change it. >> reporter: with president obama and mitt romney in ohio the focus is likely to shift back to the economy. rob, paula, back to you. >> thanks a lot, karen. >>> this thursday, it's the candidates for vice president who will meet face to face and our own martha raddatz will moderate the debate. abc will carry it live. all kicks off at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. they say, biden could be feeling the pressure. the president did so poorly. now pressure on joe's shoulders to come out there and kind of put, spark a fire that the president could not. also interesting, came out yesterday from our, pollster at "the washington post" is that the composition of the polls has changed a little bit. can explain some of shift in numbers. both in the gallup and pew poll, self-ident
of these states signed on to it saying, okay, we'll do it, we'll do it. you're not looking at california there, which is not highlighted or new york, but the big state, they are the ones taking the most of it to deal with their irresponsible spending. it's going into the coffers. neil: when a check comes from washington, it's supposed to into a lock box. there's no box or lock. the state gets it, and what happens? >> well, they first make big promises about where it's going to go. this is what happened in california where jerry brown said, okay, we have it divided up, some goes to help poor people in house, some helps people in foreclosure procedures, ect.. well, then, down the line, people forget about it. after the big public announcements and speeches and everything, people forget about it, and money is fundable, money goes into the big pocket, and usually, in places like california and new york, those pockets don't have a hole in the bottom, and the money goes in and in and in. neil: the argument from the administration is, you know, money not spent is not money abused or wasted. it's just
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